M36***48We visited Alacati almost all morning, the town is not big, and the main streets are especially good for shopping. It is really pleasant to stop and sit in the coffee shop and have a drink and chat. What I like most is the houses inside, the whole is Greek style, the town is beautiful!
weiyunlucyCesme Castle is an iconic attraction in the town, and it is also a commanding height. There is a museum in the castle that displays cultural relics from various periods in Cesme. It is not too high for ten minutes to ascend the castle. Some of the stairs and steps are steep and some are broken. Looking down on the entire town and bay from the castle, the scenery is still good.
LikeGorIf you are tired of the bustling city of Istanbul when you come to Turkey, Cesme is a good choice. Ilica Beach here is one of the highlights of Cesme. The blue sea sets off the urban leisure area, which is worth a visit.
Cherry??2009^_^Turkey 🇹🇷·Cesme Seashore-Cesme is a small seaside town in western Turkey close to the Aegean Sea, across the sea from Greece, wandering along the seaside promenade, the sea breeze is blowing. For those of us who have experienced the blue Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea gives us a bit less stunning and a bit more comfortable.
zixunshi99There is a museum in a beautiful town, which is also quite distinctive. It has some special features from our ordinary concept museum, and its architecture is also the kind of old building, full of sense of history
LikeGorAlacati is a small town in Cesme. It has a local flavor. The handmade souvenirs and the simple local customs make tourists linger. There is little pollution here, which makes people feel refreshed.
Per capita 200 live in [Turkey] seaside town of the fairy lodge
this time found that the country's hotel cost-effective, oh, really good tourism developed countries, we are in Alacati (next to Cesme) Booked this [Kose Konak Butik Hotel]
hotel location is very good, only 5 minutes walk from the town center
quiet around, very suitable for relaxation ~
most important price Really cheap, basic room rate is 400-500 per night, and this price includes breakfast ~
recommend you choose a pool view room with a balcony, from the room down shot is particularly beautiful! ! Very colonial wind ~
This hotel does not allow small children to stay, so it is suitable for honeymoon
then about breakfast, I really want to give them awesome! Its so delicious. Im having breakfast with my boyfriend every day until Im not hungry in the afternoon. Its too much.
A seaside town in the Aegean Sea in western Turkey, the architectural style has a strong Greek flavor and is known as the "Little Greece". The blue and white houses line the street, and the bright school flowers bloom on the road. There are a lot of cafes here, and the lazy atmosphere spreads. People always say that when you come to Alacati, Santorini in Greece can no longer go.
Because Santorini is becoming more and more commercialized due to the rapidly increasing number of tourists, Alacati is still a leisure resort town that has not been explored by tourists. There are few Asian faces here.
The sparrow is small and complete, here is a fresh and romantic restaurant, coffee shop, dessert shop, flower shop, handicraft shop, everything is there, two or three are Europeans here to talk about love, slow hand in hand Walking, and street performers are painting. The atmosphere that is filled is romantic and leisurely. The sky is full of blue, pure white, pale purple, let me have the illusion from time to time to go to Greece, want to run, want to shout.
Not far from Alacati (can be reached on foot), there is a beautiful beach called Ilica Beach. It is a holiday beach next to Alacati that is very popular among Turkish natives. The sea is very clear and the sand is very delicate. It is a resort on the Aegean Sea.
You don't have to go to Greece to feel the Mediterranean style town. You must come to Alacati, the favorite place in Turkey for self-driving travel. There are very few Chinese tourists, basically local tourists from Europe and Turkey. The daytime is quiet and serene. Most tourists go to the beach to play. There are only a few tourists left in the town. Taking pictures and drinking tea is very leisurely. At night, the impression of the town is overwhelmed during the day. All the streets are stuffed. Full of tourists, everyone is drinking and chatting on the head, the stalls at the night market are also put out, very lively, I recommend you not to miss this charming town.
In the evening of Cesme, the setting sun was shining, printed on the sea and the ship far away, and it was golden.
Aegean seaside, tourists scattered, leaving only the night and tranquility. Close to the seaside of love, Greece is at your fingertips, and even the operators have welcomed me to Greece many times, and it is also an oolong.
Surprised to find the mark of Taiji on the ground, it seems that the traditional culture of Greater China has far-reaching influence!
Turkey's romance, in addition to hot air balloons, Pamukkale and other well-known places, also originated from the Mediterranean-style "blue and white town" Alacati.
The town is not a lot of tourists, it is very quiet in general, there are many cafes and small shops in the town, it is a good choice to sit down for a cup of coffee or buy something small.
Here, there are 300 days a year, all of which are breezy and clear, so it is also a holy place for windsurfing.
As a coastal city, Cesme was often attacked by pirates, so the castle was built to defend its foreign enemies, which have a typical Ottoman style.
Unfortunately, the original castle was destroyed in the war between the Ottoman Empire and Russia. What is now seen is the reconstruction after the war, and then we can see the ancient remains of the Aegean Sea.
Every time it was a hurrying traveler, rushing in and rushing away, but on the Aegean coast, everything became lazy.
I wake up to sleep naturally, then stop and stop on the shore, looking at the opposite side of Greece, and occasionally taking a break is also good.
However, if I didnt meet the princess, I met the little prince. What kind of parade is this?
When you talk about the beautiful towns of Turkey, you have to mention Alacati. This town is located on the Cesme Peninsula along the Aegean Sea, across the sea from Greece. During the Greek war, the refugees fled to this place to take refuge. When the fighting settled, the Greek refugees returned to their hometowns, leaving an indelible Greek temperament.
The town is not big, it takes more than an hour to finish. Of course, if you want to stop and take pictures or sit down and have a coffee, it would be great to spend a day or two here. I stayed here for three days and almost walked through every corner. Although it didn't encounter good weather all the time, it was still amazing! The inhabitants here are born with artistic cells. Each house is beautifully decorated and not identical. It is similar to the Greek town. Only the flag on the windows and doors reminds you that it is Turkey.
Photo point recommendation: The town is not big, every house in every lane is worth taking a shot. If you have time, you can go to the beach of Ilica on the outskirts of the town. The facilities are perfect and the sea view is super beautiful! Cesme Castle, 10 km from Alacati, is also worth a visit.
Transportation: First take a bus or plane from Turkey to Izmir, then change to the shuttle bus to Cesme and get off in the middle.
Restaurant recommendation: Alacati's diet is mainly Western food, and consumption is more expensive than other cities in the country. Recommend a restaurant on the main road - KOSE, this trip has been visited twice, the taste is very good, recommended chicken wings.
Ilica Beach is a resort beach that is very popular among Turkish natives. The sea is very clear and the sand is very delicate. It is a resort on the Aegean Sea. Ilica Beach is located in the eastern part of Cesme, with few people and a quiet environment. The shoal is particularly long and is ideal for family and family vacations. Not far from the seaside town of Alacati, the beach is a small village known for its beautiful scenery and can be arranged to explore.
Cesme is a seaside town close to the Aegean Sea in western Turkey. It faces Greece across the sea and wanders along the promenade. After enjoying the blue Mediterranean, the Aegean Sea gave us a little more surprise and more than a bit of comfort. Alacati, a 10-minute drive from Cesme, is a Greek-style town with a wide range of shops and restaurants. It is a great place to relax. In the evening, when returning from Alacati to Cesme, the sun sets and the sunset glows red and the sails that dock at the port are beautiful!